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Side Garden (Milkweed Bush, "Sonata in Blue" Bearded Iris, Red Roses, Golden Yarrow)

Side Garden (Milkweed Bush, “Sonata in Blue” Bearded Iris, Red Roses, Golden Yarrow)

 

 

Due to cooler temperatures, it’s a good time to fertilize roses in the fall to prepare for winter. Roots store up nutrients for the plant. The result is beautiful spring blooms! We use a special fertilizer that has the ingredients needed by roses: Espoma RT8 8-Pound Rose-Tone Plant Food



For beginner gardener, roses can be a bit of a challenge. If the leaves get wet when you water roses, the leaves can be susceptible to fungus. An organic fungicide such as Safer Brand Garden Fungicide Ready to Use 32 Ounces 5450 will help minimize fungus.Black spot is a common fungus that attacks roses. Spray Safer Brand Garden Fungicide Ready to Use 32 Ounces 5450 at the first sign of black spot.



To learn more about pruning roses, click here. To see more gorgeous flowers, watch our Gorgeous Flowers playlist on YouTube! Check your local Home Depot, Lowes or online Burpee Gardening for their selection of Roses! To learn how to plant, fertilize and prune your way to a gorgeous garden, subscribe to our YouTube channel!


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